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Weekly Climate and Energy New Roundup #467 – Watts Up With That?

The Week That Was: 2021-08-21 (August 21, 2021)Brought to You by SEPP (www.SEPP.org)The Science and Environmental Policy Project Quote of the Week: “Can a man who’s warm understand one who’s freezing?” ― Aleksandr...

Fat-Burning Pool Workouts That Aren’t Just Swimming

It’s tempting to view a backyard swimming pool solely as a place to float with a beer in hand...

Significant geothermal heat beneath the ice stream – Watts Up With That?

Researchers map the geothermal heat flow in West Antarctica; a new potential weak spot in the ice sheet’s stability is identified Peer-Reviewed Publication ALFRED WEGENER INSTITUTE, HELMHOLTZ CENTRE FOR POLAR AND MARINE RESEARCH Ice...

Too hot to work: the dire impact of extreme heat on outdoor US jobs | Extreme weather

In the next few decades, Americans who work outdoors could increasingly find that it is simply too hot to do their jobs without risking their health.By 2050, nearly 60% of outdoor...

Cenozoic Ice Age Caused by Drop in CO2… Because Models – Watts Up With That?

Guest “I couldn’t make this sort of schist up if I was trying” by David Middleton H/T to Robert Bissett… Drop in Greenhouse Gas Caused Global Cooling 34 Million Years Ago, Study FindsAugust...

Water ice may be more common than previously thought – Watts Up With That?

Guest “Ice, ice baby!” by David Middleton NASA Study Highlights Importance of Surface Shadows in Moon Water PuzzleAug 02, 2021The shadows cast by the roughness of the Moon’s surface create small cold...

Reforestation hopes threaten global food security, Oxfam warns | Carbon offsetting

Governments and businesses hoping to plant trees and restore forests in order to reach net-zero emissions must sharply limit such efforts to avoid driving up food prices in the developing world,...

Climate scientists realize models yield “implausibly hot forecasts of future warming”. – Watts Up With That?

Guest “Ya think?” by David Middleton U.N. climate panel confronts implausibly hot forecasts of future warmingBy Paul Voosen Jul. 27, 2021Next month, after a yearlong delay because of the pandemic, the U.N....
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